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April, May,and June 2014 we donated $340 for art scholarships. Arts Camp is a day camp that is designed to help children develop a deeper love for God through the arts. During the week, all the children will be exposed to a variety of arts as well as participate daily in one elective class of either Dance, Music, Drama, Visual Arts, Creative Craftsmanship, or Culinary Arts. The camp is open to all children entering grades 1-6 in the 2014 school year. Our 2014 camp is from July 14-18th, concluding with our Showcase at 7pm on Friday evening. Camp hours will be 8:30 am-12:30 pm (lunch is NOT included). The cost of the camp is $85 per child; limited scholarships available. Certain tracks may have an additional materials fee.

Registration Directions: Mail in your registration. ABSOLUTELY no walk-ins (for registration or on camp days). CLICK HERE to download a .PDF file of the Registration Form. Fill out the form, being sure to complete ALL the highlighted areas, and print and mail, with your payment. Registration directions are clearly spelled out on the Registration Form.

Any questions, contact:

Daniel Martin, Camp Producer, 983-0181 Ext. 54, daniel.martin@oakhills.org.

Colleen Gray, Camp Director, 983-0181 Ext. 31, colleen.gray@oakhills.org

Camp Registrar, 983-0181 Ext. 51, sharon.richards@oakhills.org

January, February March 2014 we donated $200.00 worth of material to Dress A Girl Around the World. On the third Wednesday each month except July a group of women meet to make dresses.

Our goal is to dress girls around the world. Many people contributed to our first effort in Uganda. I hope you enjoy the video and to learn more visit our website: http://www.dressagirlaroundtheworld.com



July, August, and September 2013 we donated $300.00 to the Nehemiah Project. It exists to protect future generations from HIV. Working in Manipur, India the Project educates and assists pregnant women living with HIV, connecting them with treatment to ensure they deliver a baby free of HIV. The project also sponsors the education of HIV affected children and this pas year opened the Nehemiah Children's home, to children who have been orphaned.
May and June 2013 we donated $200.00 to Folsom Awana Awana is an international organization with over 25,000 clubs throughout the world. During Club, you will find new friends, participate in exciting games and challenging contests, learn and memorize Bible truths, and earn awards. Our aim is to develop spiritually strong children who have a heart for Jesus. We give kids the tools they need to build a firm foundation in Christ that will enable their hearts and minds to seek Him with all of their strength.

March and April 2013 we donated $200 to Folsom's Twin Lakes Food Bank. Thank you for your commitment in the fight against hunger. Through your generous support, Twin Lakes help over 44,600 men, women and children in our community each year get the assistance they need. Over half of these are children and Senior Citizens. Your compassion is truly amazing! Your generous donations are used to buy food and supplies to help individuals and families in need. For every $1 you donate, Twin Lakes Food Bank helps provide 7 meals to hungry children and families in our immediate community.

December, January and February we donated $260 to the Folsom Hills PTA. The PTA has raised a total of $24,700. Thank you to all the wonderful friends and families of Folsom Hills Elementary! They are going to have such a great year!

For October and November we donated $200 to Folsom Powerhouse Ministries. We wanted to help them in bringing Hope and Healing to people who are homeless, in crisis, and those living in at-risk, low-income communities. to people who are homeless, in crisis, and those living in at-risk, low-income communities

For August and September we donated $200 to the Folsom Hills PTA. The PTA has raised a total of $24,700. Thank you to all the wonderful friends and families of Folsom Hills Elementary! They are going to have such a great year!

Folsom Hills Elementary offers a Spanish language magnet program. The Spanish magnet program, also known as FLES, offers students participating a chance to begin their foreign language instruction at an early age. Students participating in this program receive the same grade level instruction in English as all other students at Folsom Hills. What differentiates their program from a non-FLES classroom is that students receive approximately an hour a day of instruction in the Spanish language by their regular classroom teacher. All Spanish magnet students are taught by fully accredited teachers who are credentialed in Spanish and have multi-subject experience. Spanish instruction occurs within the regular classroom and may be integrated with other subject areas such as English, social studies, and science.

For June and July will be sponsoring 3 low income children to Arts Camp which is a day camp that is designed to help children develop a deeper love of their world through art. During the week, all the children will be exposed to a variety of arts as well as participate daily in one elective class of either Dance, Music, Drama, Visual Arts, Creative Craftsmanship, or Culinary Arts.

The camp is open to all children entering grades 1-6 in the 2012 school year. The camp is from July 16-20, concluding with our Showcase at 7pm on Friday evening, July 20th. Camp hours will be 8:30 am-12:30 pm (lunch is NOT included). The cost of the camp is $70 per child; limited scholarships available. Certain tracks may have an additional materials fee.

For more information, see the PrimeTime Childrens's Ministry website here.

April and May we will be sponsoring a child from The Grace Foundation with a $200 donation. Sponsoring a child, youth or class, helps the children and families in the community. Grace Foundation is located in El Dorado Hills.

Grace has made it part of their mission to ensure that all youth and schools that want to participate in therapeutic and educational programs at Grace have that option, regardless of their ability to pay.

Fees for services make it possible to offer programs to thousands of children in the community. Grace strives to ensure that these fees are kept at a minimum for all participants.

Become a sponsor for Ride & Shine (Therapeutic Riding Programs): participants range from the age of 3 to senior citizens.
Those who benefit include participants with:

Autism and other Pervasive Development Disorders (PDD)
Cerebral Palsy
Down Syndrome
Traumatic brain injuries, ADHD, anxiety disorders and other physical and cognitive challenges

There are 3 ways to help:
Sponsor a session for $25
Sponsor a month of sessions for $100
Sponsor a year of sessions for $1,000

February and March we donated $200 to Folsom Powerhouse Ministries. We wanted to help them in bringing Hope and Healing to people who are homeless, in crisis, and those living in at-risk, low-income communities. to people who are homeless, in crisis, and those living in at-risk, low-income communities

December and January we donated $200 to Folsom's Twin Lakes Food Bank. The money was to be used to purchase fresh eggs.

September, October and November we adopted six children from the Angel Tree project spending $240.

July and August 2011 we gave $240 to teachers in Folsom as a welcome back to school. We sent out 12 $20 surprises. Hope it started the teachers year off on a super postitive note. Next year we hope to do even more.

June 2011 we are giving $100 to Friends of the Folsom Zoo. The Friends of the Folsom Zoo Sanctuary is raising funds to continue with Phases 3 and 4 of the Wild Canine Complex. This new area will house the wolf pack in a much larger, natural environment. This new exhibit will really be two areas in one, providing space to separate pack members who may need observation or may be causing trouble. In their current home, separated animals must stay in a relatively small area, with access to the larger open space being rotated.

For April and May 2011 we added up our money and we were able to donate $150 to the Folsom Library. Stop by the library in a few months and find our colorful ceramic book spine: Folsom Friends. It will be displayed in the children’s area of the library. We are hoping to help support the children's summer reading program. $100.00 will purchase approximately 8-10 hardcover books for either the Children’s Picture Book Collection or the Children’s Fiction areas.

This March we were able to send a check for $100 to the March of Dimes. I think you will enjoy this ad from the 1950s Disney March of Dime Ad Look at what everyones giving has alread acomplished. We hope everyone will share our site with their friends and family. Thank you for making your Community a better place to live.http://www.cbcfolsom.com/childrensministry/awana-clubs/
posted 4/20/2011 by Admin  |  2835 views

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